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China Starts a New Round of Consultation on Cosmetic Safety and Technical Standard

  •   22 May 2019
  •    Ye Chen
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    Takehome:

    • To reinforce cosmetic safety surveillance, China National Institutes for Food and Drug Control (NIFDC) has started a new round to collect public comments to revise Cosmetic Safety and Technical Standard [1].

    The scope of public consultation includes the list of prohibited, restricted and permitted ingredients and testing methods in Cosmetics Safety and Technical Standard(2015)[2].

    Local MPA and inspection departments, cosmetic associations, cosmetic enterprises and research institutions are all welcome to submit suggestions. Suggestions should cover the revision type, aim and applied scope, the current conditions at home and abroad and etc. Relevant materials such as scientific literature and reports can be submitted together.

    Public consultation will last until 17th June, 2019. If you have any relevant suggestions, you are welcome to send it to us (cosmetic@chemlinked.com) before 10th June, 2019. We will sort your suggestions and submit on behalf of you.

    To analyze earlier amendments to Cosmetics Safety and Technical Standard you can refer to our CL News [3].

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